Shirley Franklin was in Washington for Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech and went on to become mayor of his hometown.
Annie Colbert joins us for a look at how the news has been reverberating through the lens of social media.
The average American school now has one guidance counselor for every 500 students.
Christiane Gruber, who studies Islamic book arts and paintings of the prophet, discusses the history of images of Muhammad.
Bruce Gellerman of WBUR brought us this look at the accomplishments and set-backs of 24-year-old Alex DoSouto.
In the face of opposition, the university canceled plans to start doing a Muslim call to prayer from the chapel bell tower on Fridays.
Two foodies join us to take a look at the latest food trends, which include savory yogurt and full-fat dairy.
After the success of his bestselling memoir, the Army veteran and author is out with a new book, "The Work."
Kavitha Cardoza of WAMU brings us the story of a Maryland child whose family has been forever changed by suicide.
More than half of the 90,000 residents of the Jordanian Za'atari refugee camp are children.
A renowned trauma expert says yoga and mindfulness techniques can help people recover from PTSD.
The killing of four Jewish hostages at a Paris kosher market has deepened fears among communities shaken by rising anti-Semitism.
Peter O'Dowd speaks with a group of Haitians in Brockton, Mass. who are still struggling to adjust to life in America.
A new website creates a space for children who lost parents to AIDS to share their experiences, find support and honor their parents' memories.
Farah Pandith discusses how young Muslims in France struggle with reconciling the identities of being both Muslim and French.
As Lebanon imposes unprecedented limits on immigration from Syria, Turkey is doing the opposite.
A raging fire swept through historic buildings in Dubois, a picturesque tourist stop on the way to Yellowstone.
We revisit our July conversation with Patricia Arquette, star of Boyhood, now nominated for five Golden Globe awards.
Will Lautzenheiser lost his arms and legs after a near-fatal infection in Montana. Robin Young visits him and his twin.
The three-term governor is being remembered for his oratorical skills and his dedication to progressive politics. He died yesterday.